Play – is a learning experience.
Play is an important part of our development. With HAGS Play Circle we illustrate the benefits our products give a child through play. When developing our products, we take all the parts of the circle into account, as well as its overall effects. Download the Play Circle brochure from our website to learn more.
- Personal - A sense of identity develops through play. The child develops and learns to cope with different situations.
- Social - The child learns to differentiate moods and feelings in other people as part of a game, and to take social responsibility.
- Mathematical - Play forms the basis of learning to solve concrete, practical and abstract mathematical problems.
- Visual - Movement created by play teaches the child to see perspectives and the relationships between different sizes.
- Nature - When playing outdoors a child learns to see and understand nature – how the weather and seasons change, how the sky changes colour etc.
- Existential - Play helps the child to understand that all people are individuals with the right to freedom and choice.
- Intuitive – Play helps the child develop the ability to think freely, using imaginative pictures, situations and stories.
- Musical - Children who train their ability to keep melody and rhythm also ﬁnd it easier to learn linguistic, grammatical and mathematical phenomena later in life.
- Physical - Physical activity increases intelligence – the more the child moves as he plays, the more receptive he is to knowledge.
- Linguistic - The linguistic skills and the ability to communicate with others develop continually at home, when playing, at nursery and at school.